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an intoxicant. what the downside is, we're not really in a position to measure it yet. host: larry up next. republican collar from indiana. is, what isuestion the legal ramifications for anijuana sales? we just had accident happen in south bend, indiana, where the gentleman driving the car was high on marijuana. do they have the same response as a bartender selling someone alcohol in go out? make a really good point, because this is all brand-new territory. so if we stop a guy who we think is driving high on that the only guy -- way you can find out content in someone's blood is through a blood test. to say will you consent to a blood test? the legal ramifications you suggest could be almost impotent. if the guy is using thc it determined he caused the accident or maybe even kill someone on the highway, who then backwards of the food chain is responsible? bartender and the guy uses it andight over the counter walked out and kill someone, there is responsibility that way. hand, you will not go back to a liquor store and say you sold this guy a bottle of gin and he drove and killed somebody.
of larry king, and she had a party, and you see area huffington, who used to be married to a congressperson out in california, and they had a party or her book. tell me what you see in this. >> how are you? [video clip] >> she was doing all of this stuff, and you were not even noticing. >> the lifestyle. >> thank you very much. >> beckoning. they want you both over here. get something to look at. come on. >> over there. >> arianna huffington, and she was on your show today, so tell us what you think of it, and how do you think she is doing on the book tour? the standard for doing everyday or every thing that is happening, truly, you are a model for a way to be. >> and speaking of that, area huffington used to be a conservative, very close to newt gingrich, and now she is on the other side with huffington post. >> areayou think? huffington is a very glamorous figure. she has that sense of effortlessness, even though she obviously worked incredibly hard, and some of that like what we were discussing with mrs. kennedy, i am sure area and is thinking about all of those kinds of things herself -
and they should not have spent that much. host: larry, utah, republican. caller: thank you for all that you do for us. the infrastructure in this country is absurd as far as the maintenance. the scheduled maintenance has not been done. they have not maintained it. where the money when i was supposed to go to maintaining is probably something that someone should be held accountable for. the bigger point -- i do not know that it is the federal government's job to do everything for us. it takes the power away from the people to have the federal government do everything. host: you think this should be a state or city issue? caller: i think that is where the power supply. i don't know what the solution is. it bridge that was built -- was made with chinese steel and chinese labor. i am sick of politicians telling everybody what they want to hear. no one is willing to take a stand on anything anymore. host: gilbert, jamestown, north carolina. what are your infrastructure needs? not in jamestown, north carolina, but i feel like the country should be spending much more money on infrastructure. obamagre
.ning larry silverman is acting deputy state forsecretary of near eastern affairs. prepping me l in kaine.ator vice president baden's special advisor for europe and russia. to ocused on issues related the middle east in the first of is career serving in jordan, syria and washington as special adviso advisor. we are also pleased to be joined today by major general mike plehn the principal director in the office of secretary of defense for policy. he helps execute defense policy, strategy for ity 15 middle east nations. we are happy to have him with us. i would like to ask mr. silverman first to offer your testimony. accept your written testimony into the testimony. try to summarize within five then we will get if question and answer after plehn.l >> thank you for inviting me to testify on the situation in policy toward that very important country and volatile region. the hearing comes at an important moment. public discussion of lebanon as say in the united states is often focused primarily on the refugee the syrian flows into that country. that crisis that you witnessed recent d during y
as that bill, the should be be towed. everybody knows what the deal is about. you have a nice day, sir. larry in mississippi. we will go to walter in new jersey on our line for independents. caller: this is wrong. let's saypen up -- i'm a very conservative christian that does not a clergy.women they want to meet somewhere and i have a meeting all. to --l give me the right able open pandora's box. host: you are pushing for her to veto this bill. what pushback are you saying in the news on this bill? caller: it should be vetoed. they did not think it through. host: walter calling in from new jersey this morning on the washington journal. we should you governor brewer's tweet at the top of the show. we want to show you an interviewe that she had with cnn. it is going to hit your desk in arizona today. you are very well aware of what's next. where's your mind right now? certainly am going to go home and when i receive the bill i will read it and be debriefed on it. we have been following it. i will make my decision in the near future. i have until friday or saturday morning to determine that. >>
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